Tag: hybrid IT

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Gartner Symposium: This Way to Hybrid IT

You can’t find it on any map – and there’s more than one way to get there. It’s not surprising the industry struggles finding the best road to Hybrid IT. But as business and customer requirements continue to evolve and … Read more…

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Security Clears the Way to Cloud

In the past, IT security was the biggest roadblock to public cloud adoption. The potential lack of control over proprietary information was enough to deter any organization from moving sensitive data to the cloud. But recent, innovative advances to cloud … Read more…

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Manage Better: Hybrid IT Takes Pressure Off Companies Trying To Do It All

For operating efficiency and cost-effectiveness, many businesses are turning to hybrid IT, an approach comprising a mix of in-house resources, managed hosting, and public and private cloud-based services.

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Get Your Game Face On: Customers Demand Hybrid IT

For those who follow tennis, you know just how exciting major tournaments can be. That was certainly the case recently as the game’s best descended on Billie Jean King National Tennis Center for the 2016 US Open Tennis Championship. The … Read more…

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Going Hybrid: Tips from an Expert on How to Mix and Match IT Resources

Demand by computing applications can sometimes outstrip the capacity of a virtual server or network, resulting in performance issues that bleed into other applications. For example, a company selling online greeting cards may be inundated on Valentine’s Day or Father’s … Read more…

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Don’t Overlook the Network on your Way to the Cloud

As cloud computing becomes the norm, rather than the exception, it is having a transformative impact on the enterprise data network. 

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Six Crucial Steps: Crossing the IT Migration Chasm

Forty percent…That’s the rate of failure analysts associate with business-related IT migration projects.  That’s no small number considering that Bloor Research reports that some Fortune 2000 companies spend a minimum of $5 billion annually on migrations. Even worse, the same … Read more…

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Don’t Run A 21st Century Business With 20th Century Phones

How old is your company’s phone system? It may be relatively new, perhaps installed within the last 10 years, but the basic technology powering the Private Branch Exchange (PBX) found in many American companies, is entering its fifth decade. In … Read more…